||Inventor was J.W. Meaker of Detroit, MI.|
||Possibly ca. 1929.|
||2-19/16" tall", 1-1/2" wide, screw on bottom 2-3/16" long.|
||Ribbed dome with screw-on base which contains stamped instructions
for use with salt or pepper. Five holes in the interior tube, and five holes in the dome for dispensing.
"J.W.Meaker - Detroit, MI,Patent Apl'd For" on bottom.|
||Lechner III, p. 228. A 3" variant has also been observed, with aluminum base marked
"Patented June 25th, 1929, U.S.A."|